From Middle English plentie, plentee, plente, from Anglo-Norman plenté, from Old French plenté, from Latin plenitatem, accusative of plenitas, from plenus, from Proto-Indo-European *pl̥h₁nós ("full"), from which English full also comes, via Proto-Germanic. Related to the Latin derivatives complete, deplete, replete.
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